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... of our arrival Kim and her husband had agreed to upgrade our accommodation to larger rooms. And tonight we have flat screen LED TV's instead of yesterday's circa 1960 19" CRT. Heck no ones turned on one anyway and we don't need to. The memories of the days ride fill that void. Cursing down main St we happened to spot an eatery that I had noted online - it looked inviting to all. We were delighted to notice the approach ...
... our last Canadian haddock dinner at a restaurant recommended by our guide, again with a lovely harbor view.
Thirty miles down the road, Canada cried as we left (more rain!). The border crossing was in a tiny building and there was only one car ahead of us. The friendly US border agent had a brief look inside our refrigerator and then gave us the go-ahead to enter the US - yay! Welcome ...
... few of the many different types of mustard they make, and bought a few jars of course.
We then headed back to the campground.
Tomorrow, we move to Trenton, Maine just off the island where Bar Harbor and the Acadia National Park are located. We will hunker down there for the Labor Day weekend and hopefully not see much from the hurricane that is moving up the coast and currently well out in the ...
... leaving Bar Harbor we did our laundry since the motel had a convenient laundry facility. Then we headed up the road 100 miles to Caliais. While we were touring the visitors center here in Calais we learned there is a National Historic site just down the road. St. Croix Island was the first European settlement north of Florida. The French established a settlement here in 1604. Unfortunately the park is ...
... before her marriage - she and Franklin were fifth cousins once removed) had a vastly different relationship with boats and the sea. As a toddler she had to evacuate from a sinking ship in a lifeboat, she found the experience was so traumatic that she was fearful of the water and ships for the rest of her life. How ironic that she would marry a man who loved nothing more than ships and sailing, and summered on an island every year!
After lunch ...